This Curved Monitor is a Designer’s Dream.
The start of any work of art begins with its medium in raw form. For sculptors, it’s a mound of clay; for painters, it’s a canvas, and for graphic designers, it’s our monitor. A monitor is the graphic designer’s most important tool; it’s invaluable to our trade.
I was excited to learn about LG’s 34UC97, a 34 inch, 21:9 Curved Ultrawide Monitor. This monitor can fulfill the three needs of graphic designers: adequate workspace, color consistency, and features that work with your style.
No more multiple monitor set ups.
The LG 34UC97 has a massive 34 inch display with 3440 x 1440 QHD resolution. It offers 2.4 times more visual information at one time than a full HD monitor. Before, designers would have to use dual monitors, but the 178 degree curved shape of the screen allows for an enveloping experience, allowing the user to truly focus on their work. Not having two monitor edges to disrupt the middle of your workspace makes multitasking that much easier.
Color space of over 99% sRGB.
The color consistency on this monitor is amazing— the colors I see on screen stay true to the colors I see on paper. No more guesswork for real life color results, the IPS’s accurate color expression takes care of that.
Features that fit your workflow.
34UC97 is Mac compatible for all you Apple fans out there. There are two Thunderbolt2™ ports for lightning fast data transferring. You can connect a Pegasus2, a data storage system similar to Mac, and get file transfers four times faster than using USB 3.0.
There are also two HDMI ports and two USB 3.0 ports to connect the LG 34UC97 to a number of other devices.
The monitor is VERSA compatible if you install a VESA bracket, supplied free of charge from LG. This is great if you’re in a work environment that requires versatile positioning of the monitor.
All in all, LG’s new 34-Inch, 21:9 UltraWide Monitor is a worthy investment for the discerning designer.
Learn more by visiting the LG website.
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